So I think I encountered a non-wiper today...

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by Mafro » Sat Aug 04, 2018 5:49 pm

Errkal wrote:There was a guy I used to work with who was a properly unhealthy strawberry floater. Like dinner would regularly be a huge ass box of chicken wings kind of unhealthy. He would regularly drop a load in the loos and it would stink so bad it would stink out the hall over the whole floor and cause the people in the offices near the loos to leave.

Why did he drop chicken wing in the toilet?

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by Errkal » Sat Aug 04, 2018 5:50 pm

Mafro wrote:
Errkal wrote:There was a guy I used to work with who was a properly unhealthy strawberry floater. Like dinner would regularly be a huge ass box of chicken wings kind of unhealthy. He would regularly drop a load in the loos and it would stink so bad it would stink out the hall over the whole floor and cause the people in the offices near the loos to leave.

Why did he drop chicken wing in the toilet?

Who can say he was an odd fella.

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PostRe: So I think I encountered a non-wiper today...
by Darkstalker90 » Sat Aug 04, 2018 7:46 pm

Customers where I work have been known to take a dump in a urinal.

Then there are staff members who decide that, because the toilet paper dispenser hasn't been re-filled, they will grab a massive roll of centrefeed towel from the cleaning cupboard and take that in there instead. As anybody SHOULD be able to predict, large amounts of towel designed to ABSORB rather than break down in water will result in a complete blockage and the dreaded "Out of Order" sign returning to its regular haunt on the cubicle door. Thank god for the disabled toilet as there is only one cubicle in the men's and if the geniuses at ours decide to keep making the same mistake (which they will), it's the only place to go for that number two.

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PostRe: So I think I encountered a non-wiper today...
by Vermilion » Sat Aug 04, 2018 8:00 pm

floydfreak wrote:makes you wonder the state of their bog at home :dread:


It's probably a lot like this...


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by pjbetman » Sat Aug 04, 2018 11:33 pm

Robbo-92 wrote:
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Robbo-92 wrote:I can't actually believe non wipers are a thing, it's bad enough when someone walks out without washing their hands but this, coupled with the fact the person in question also didn't wash their hands is just wrong :dread:


To be fair, their hands didn't go anywhere near their arsehole...


No not in this instance!

But there will be plenty of stuff in there with plenty of germs on that washing your hands is a nesecity. I mean stall lock and seat will have germs on and they'll have touched at least one of those unless they just pushed the door to. Unless the cleaners are obsessive and rush in and throw bleach everywhere after each person leaves the toilet in which case you might just be able to get away with in this circumstance.



I think you're over reacting a touch. There's germs everywhere....

I wonder how people function in society when they worry about these things. Seems like this is neurotic behaviour.

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PostRe: So I think I encountered a non-wiper today...
by Robbo-92 » Sun Aug 05, 2018 12:16 am

pjbetman wrote:
Robbo-92 wrote:
Somebody Else's Problem wrote:
Robbo-92 wrote:I can't actually believe non wipers are a thing, it's bad enough when someone walks out without washing their hands but this, coupled with the fact the person in question also didn't wash their hands is just wrong :dread:


To be fair, their hands didn't go anywhere near their arsehole...


No not in this instance!

But there will be plenty of stuff in there with plenty of germs on that washing your hands is a nesecity. I mean stall lock and seat will have germs on and they'll have touched at least one of those unless they just pushed the door to. Unless the cleaners are obsessive and rush in and throw bleach everywhere after each person leaves the toilet in which case you might just be able to get away with in this circumstance.



I think you're over reacting a touch. There's germs everywhere....

I wonder how people function in society when they worry about these things. Seems like this is neurotic behaviour.


Yeah I was over reacting, I know that there's germs everywhere but still I think everyone should do their bit (especially in public toilets for example) to minimise the spread of germs if they can.

Can't remember which channel it was on but I remember seeing a couple of episodes of a series about people who are obsessive cleaners, certainly took over their habits from what I can remember. Just for the record, I'm not a germopobe!

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by Vermilion » Sun Aug 05, 2018 7:51 am

pjbetman wrote:There's germs everywhere....



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by Rubix » Sun Aug 05, 2018 9:31 am

Hulohot wrote:Like I was at work, and walked into the toilets just behind some dude.

He went into the stall, whilst I went to the piss trough.

I heard the sound of butt fudge hitting the water, but I did not hear the audible sound of the toilet paper dispenser, a sound that usually echoes throughout the mens poop palace.

I then hear the flush and sound of re-belting. It was all over so fast.

He strolled out as fast as he entered and didn't even wash his hands.


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PostRe: So I think I encountered a non-wiper today...
by Vermilion » Sun Aug 05, 2018 8:11 pm

Speak of the devil and he's sure to appear.

The phantom crapper has re-emerged, he struck the gents cubicles in Teignmouth today! I opened the door and discovered something resembling that which only a giant caribou could possibly leave behind.

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PostRe: So I think I encountered a non-wiper today...
by pjbetman » Mon Aug 06, 2018 5:58 pm

Robbo-92 wrote:
pjbetman wrote:
Robbo-92 wrote:
Somebody Else's Problem wrote:
Robbo-92 wrote:I can't actually believe non wipers are a thing, it's bad enough when someone walks out without washing their hands but this, coupled with the fact the person in question also didn't wash their hands is just wrong :dread:


To be fair, their hands didn't go anywhere near their arsehole...


No not in this instance!

But there will be plenty of stuff in there with plenty of germs on that washing your hands is a nesecity. I mean stall lock and seat will have germs on and they'll have touched at least one of those unless they just pushed the door to. Unless the cleaners are obsessive and rush in and throw bleach everywhere after each person leaves the toilet in which case you might just be able to get away with in this circumstance.



I think you're over reacting a touch. There's germs everywhere....

I wonder how people function in society when they worry about these things. Seems like this is neurotic behaviour.


Yeah I was over reacting, I know that there's germs everywhere but still I think everyone should do their bit (especially in public toilets for example) to minimise the spread of germs if they can.

Can't remember which channel it was on but I remember seeing a couple of episodes of a series about people who are obsessive cleaners, certainly took over their habits from what I can remember. Just for the record, I'm not a germopobe!



Fair enough. It's a difficult thing to get out of head your once you start to think about it. There's lots of things myself and others find disgusting/repulsive that are just normal things. Like, I hate snot, makes me sick haha! What about those tools who clear their noses in public, like big snot balls flying out onto whatever surface they decide is fit? I feel like breaking their noses.

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PostRe: So I think I encountered a non-wiper today...
by Octoroc » Mon Aug 06, 2018 6:31 pm

I was talking to a Czech guy at a party once, he had a degree in something or other, but like a lot of East Europeans he was making ends meet as a cleaner in some office block.

Anyway, he told me that since becoming a cleaner he had lost his faith in humanity.

"The things they leave behind, not just for me, but for their colleagues" :dread:

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PostRe: So I think I encountered a non-wiper today...
by floydfreak » Tue Aug 07, 2018 3:07 pm

Gemzy wrote:
Vermilion wrote:
floydfreak wrote:makes you wonder the state of their bog at home :dread:


It's probably a lot like this...



:fp: that's nasty!



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